Last week I had the privilege to speak at the 17th annual Japan International Banking & Securities System Forum (JIBSIS) in Tokyo. The event was attended by almost 400 senior executives and technologists from across the Japanese financial community and the world, who were all eager to meet like-minded individuals and discuss the most current and challenging topics in finance, technology, and beyond.
Mr. Koichiro Miyahara, President & CEO of the Tokyo Stock Exchange set the tone for the day with his opening keynote, discussing in detail the evolution of the Japanese financial markets with a distinct focus on technical challenges such as market volatility and risk mitigation. Subsequent talks and panel discussions built upon the theme, addressing the rising tides of cyber security and regulatory compliance that present the financial services industry with increasing layers of cost and complexity.
These topics resonate strongly with Corvil. They also echo how we see the product being used today; specifically to safeguard business against technology risk and cyber threats, but also to provide trusted and granular data for Business Intelligence and Regulatory Compliance. During my session titled “The New Rules for Management of Electronic Trading Infrastructure” I was able to provide an overview of Corvil’s real-time analytics architecture and discuss how it is used to solve many of the thorny challenges discussed during the conference.
At the Corvil booth, discussions continued throughout the evening reception, keeping both myself and my colleagues, Atsuhito Okubo and Takumi Miyazawa busy fielding questions and providing demonstrations of the product.
For me, the conference was an excellent forum for discussing the ever evolving business challenges with a technical and highly engaged audience. If you weren’t able to attend or would like to learn more about the topics discussed, please feel free to contact us directly:
Atsuhito Okubo (Country Manager, Japan)
Takumi Miyazawa (Sales Engineer)
Or as always, see a demo anytime!